Spokane's growing infrastructure, University District, workforce, lower cost of doing business, and community support make the region a great place to do business.
Funding is accessible in Spokane for life science companies and startups, including a group of Angel Investors, and other programs to get you started.
Spokane has an eco-system of community support, from startup services to funding and expansion, and large health care and medical community.
Learn more about Medcurity, an innovative health sciences technology startup that is helping fuel the region's emerging tech boom.
Learn more about GenPrime, an industry leader for bio-diagnostic testing technology.
With roots in radiology imaging technology, Gestalt Diagnostics modified proprietary software from another Spokane-based company, Inland Imaging to aid in speeding up pathology readings. The resulting creation was an enterprise level cloud-based solution that can be used anywhere.
Paw Print Genetics CEO Lisa Shaffer, PhD, identified a major gap in the market for genetic pet testing. Paw Print Genetics provides four products, all of which have provided an enlightened approach to genetic testing methodology and application.
Learn more about S2 Media, a company that specializes in prepared culture media for lab testing in industries such as pharmaceuticals, health care, and food and beverage.
Spokane is the education hub of the Inland Northwest with a University District, 76,000 students, and two medical schools.
Spokane has available land, lab space, and room to grow.
Research is growing in the Spokane region.
Lakes, mountains, trails, biking, sunshine, and skiing within an hour, affordable housing, lower cost-of-living, and short commute times make the region a desirable place to live.